Thank you very much for the detailed answer! Much appreciated!
I’ll check out this book. Does it also contain something like a resource list of “evidence” of enlightenment?
there are over two dozens definitions of enlightenment
It seems like this is the enlightened people’s job to step up and talk about it, with the world and as public debates/discussions so that it will be more clear. Yes, the Tao can’t be put into words, but still, if you don’t do anything, you won’t impact anyone. If not for hearing about it from enlightened people I wouldn’t have believed it either…
I guess this is also the difference between the yellow stage (Integral) and turquoise (post integral). enlightened people that get to the highest stage see past the trying to change the world for the “better” because there is just nothing wrong with it as it is… there is no right and wrong, better or worst, so they just live their lives in our common heaven that we’re just blind to it
I agree with you that scientific evidence is very very helpful but science is always evolving and there are some things that can’t be proven through science yet (and maybe forever).
I saw the video long time ago and indeed it is very impressive and important.
Well, while writing this post I just burst into laughter as digesting these ideas more and more deeply